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Roy Keane thinks Tottenham should ‘let go’ of Dele Alli and thinks Newcastle can be a good stop

ROY KEANE thinks it’s time for Tottenham to part ways with Dele Alli – for the player’s sake.

Alli joined Spurs from MK Dons as one of England’s brightest young talents in 2015.

Dele Alli hasn't played since the FA Cup third round win over Morecambe

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Dele Alli hasn’t played since the FA Cup third round win over MorecambeCredit: Getty

But the 25-year-old in form has struggled with games in recent seasons and has featured in just six of new manager Antonio Conte’s 15 games.

He was removed from the team lose to Chelsea in the late game on Sunday amid speculation that a move to Newcastle is benefiting.

And former Manchester United captain Roy Keane says Spurs should let him go to give him a chance to rejuvenate his career.

Keane said to Sports sky: “I think the child lost the tiger’s eye. Sometimes you have to let the kid go, that’s the nature of football.

“You’ve done all your time here, you’ve clearly lost your way. (Tottenham should) be nice to the boy and say ‘you’ve been a good signing for us’.

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“Let the child go. (He can come) Newcastle, let’s make his career flourish there. Fans will love him if he comes. ”

Alli has a contract with Tottenham until 2024 but reports show the foundation is being laid to switch to big spending Toon.

But Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, a fellow pundit of Keane, does not believe a move to another Premier League club would suit the midfielder.

“I think he needs a fresh start – he needs to go abroad,” he said.

“New start, nobody knows him, clean sheet. There’s too much pressure on him at the moment, people are watching him – go abroad.”

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